Jan 14, 2011 Phil Blackwell Uncategorized
This perfect-game stuff is turning into a routine for the Baldwinsville boys bowling team – only now they are the ones accomplishing the perfection.
Just a week after Henninger’s Bobby Moro recorded a 300 against the Bees, junior Sam Sojdak gave the home team a similar thrill in last Thursday’s match against Cicero-North Syracuse at Strike-N-Spare Lanes.
Twelve times, Sojdak stepped up to the lane – and every time the right-hander downed all 10 pins, earning the first 300 in his varsity career.
Perhaps worn out by the nerves of his magic moment, Sojdak only got a 147 and 189 in the remaining games for a 636 set, and the Bees still lost to the Northstars 2-1 as Jake Patterson, with a 673 series, led the CNS effort.
Neither of B’ville’s teams could pick up a point in last Monday’s matches against Utica Proctor. Sojdak shot a 555 series in the boys match, but the Raiders’ Nick Trotta led his side with 631 series. In the girls match, which also ended 3-0, Annie Peterson posted a three-game total of 539 with a 199 high game.